Lockdown never really affected me, but as more and more people are
vaccinated (including myself) the masks start to get annoying. On
the other hand: they are quite useful on public transport, where
some grandma is always coughing all over you.
All members of my family were sick with covid. My grandmother and
grandfather were very ill. Elderly people take it very badly. It's
good that it's all over now, but now there's post-covid syndrome.
Different organs start to ache, panic attacks are very frequent. My
parents go to the doctor in such cases. But I like to think for
myself and read on different sites like medicalbrandnames what happens to me.
When I recently watched new builds
near me to buy. I somehow miraculously picked up Covid. And got
very, very sick. I didn't have any smells. And I had a high fever.
I started taking antibiotics right away. Because the doctor told me
to take them. Because they're the only thing that helps with this
"'Time does not exist,' said Einstein. "But clocks do exist," said
Monsieur André Onnora."
@AkenjanRobet: antibiotics do actually nothing with covid, because
it's a virus. antibiotics only help with bacterial infections.
Maybe they help with symptoms, i don't know, but Aspirin is a
better choice for Covid to help ease the symptoms.
I myself got my 2nd vaccine shot 3 weeks ago (had mild side-effect
symptoms). Luckily I never caught covid, but I am not much at risk
because I am unemployed and staying at home is basically my
lifestyle, so I don't mind the lockdowns. Staying home and wearing
a mask is a small price I am willing to make for the benefit of A